Journalism agenda: EU, US Respond to Erdoğan’s Criticism Against Diplomats who attended Journalists’ trial…

US vows to keep following journalists’ trial despite outrage from Ankara U.S. representatives will continue to monitor judicial proceedings like the controversial trial of daily Cumhuriyet editor-in-chief Can Dündar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gül despite harsh criticisms from Ankara, U.S. State Department spokesperson John Kirby has said EU, US Respond to Erdoğan’s Criticism Against Diplomats  Bianet … Read more

Journalism agenda: “A Q&A with The Guardian U.S. about its new mobile innovation lab….

A Q&A with The Guardian U.S. about its new mobile innovation lab  Nieman Journalism Lab by Laura Hazard Owen The Guardian U.S. has nabbed $2.6 million from the Knight Foundation to launch an “innovation lab” within its New York City newsroom. The lab will focus on news consumption via mobile devices. Per the release: Smartphones and … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Twitter’s Data Grants initiative; DRM the root of all evil; EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere + Firefox …

Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative Twitter has been busy opening its data up to media ? through a deal with CNN and Dataminr ? and the music industry ? via an agreement with 300 Entertainment ? and now it is focusing on helping researchers and academics. Why DRM is the root of … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Facebook IPO, World?s first Wikipedia town and more..

Monmouthpedia: The World?s first Wikipedia town, is set to go live from The Next Web by Jamillah Knowles The Internet of things is becoming easier to grasp as household appliances, pot plants and other objects are connected to the Internet to let us know more about them or update on environmental changes. Though the appearance … Read more

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